WHAT WE DO
We help our students gain admission to Top Architecture programs and get financial aid to afford attending them. We offer coaching programs – both online and at our Manhattan office – in Portfolio design and development and Arch. School Admissions Strategy Development. We also offer consulting on the development of competitive statements of purpose as well as competitive analysis and evaluation of existing portfolios. Through the years, Architecture School Review has developed an expertise in strategy and portfolio development for schools like Harvard GSD, Yale SoA, Columbia GSAPP, MIT SAP, Princeton, UPenn, UC Berkeley, Cooper Union, and others.
WHO WE ARE
In 2002, our consultancy began at MIT’s School of architecture, with one consultant teaching out of his MIT dormitory. 15 years later, Architecture School Review has moved to Downtown Manhattan, and grown into a group of top architecture school graduates, admissions consultants and strategists, dedicated to assisting architecture school applicants develop their architecture school portfolios and applications for admission to some of the most prestigious and competitive architecture schools in the world, including Harvard GSD, MIT, Yale, Columbia GSAPP, Cornell, Berkeley and UPenn.
The founder of Architecture School Review, Evangelos Limpantoudis, has over fifteen years of experience as an architecture school admissions consultant. He has personally helped fully develop the portfolios and applications of over 400 architecture school applicants since 2002, who have been admitted to schools like Harvard GSD, Yale, MIT, Princeton, Columbia, UC Berkeley, University of Virginia, Virginia Tech, U Penn, Penn State, Carnegie Mellon, Cooper Union, UCLA, Washington University in St. Louis, Tulane, Pratt, Cornell, and many other top programs in the US and around the world.
Evangelos holds a M.Arch. from MIT, where he was a Presidential Fellow, an M.S. in Management from NYU Tandon School of Engineering, where he was a Reynolds Fellow, and a B.A. in Architectural Studies from Hobart College, where he was a Hobart Scholar and president of the local AIAS. He is a LEED AP and has over 18 years of experience as a designer, as well as an educator, having taught at various universities, including MIT, City College of New York, New York University, and NYIT where he served as adjunct faculty, teaching architecture studio, visualization, and graduate courses in theory of urbanism.
We are located at 48 Wall Street, 11th Floor, New York, NY, 10005 – call us at 212.918.4678 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org